CCTV systems provide surveillance capabilities used in the protection of people, assets, and systems. A CCTV system serves mainly as an increased security force for a larger physical area, for more number of hours, that would not be feasible with security personnel alone. CCTV systems are often used to support comprehensive security systems by incorporating video coverage and security alarms for barriers, intrusion detection, and access control. For example, a CCTV system can assess an alarm generated by an intrusion detection system and record the event.
A CCTV system links a camera to a video monitor using a direct transmission system. This is different from broadcast television where the signal is transmitted over the air and viewed with a television. New approaches within the CCTV industry are moving towards more open architecture and transmission methods versus the closed circuit, hard-wired connection systems of the past. In support, the technology has widened to introduce different types of cameras that cater to different needs.
CCTV systems have many components with a variety of functions, features, and specifications. Key components include cameras, lenses, data distribution, power, and lighting, among others. CCTV technologies continuously undergo feature refinements to improve performance in areas such as digital equipment options, data storage, component miniaturization, wireless communications, and automated image analysis.
The components, configuration options, and features available in today’s CCTV market create a complex set of purchasing options. You can reach us @8939638329 or share your details and we will be at your service.